deomel wrote:Tested from two Windows 10 desktops, none of them worked.
That does not surprise me, frankly. I know there are folks using it, so it must work, but I regret I cannot tell you why yours is not working <sorry, really>.
I have not used Microsoft products of any kind since about 1998, so that is my bias.
At this point the only reason I can see for even using Win10 core for IoT is that the person, maybe you, is a dyed-in-the-wool windows developer (on a windows platform of some kind) and they want to do IoT with Raspberry PI without a learning curve? Otherwise, I can't see why anyone would use it frankly speaking. IMHO pairing technologies like [ imac Swift & Raspbian ] or [ Gnu+Linux & Raspbian ] using Python or C|C++ (whatever) is a better development solution (even with a learning curve) than getting Micro$oft involved.
I know that the Raspberry PI foundation is very excited about Micro$oft and IBM getting involved with IoT core from the Enterprise perspective; but, I think even the RPF is barking up the wrong tree in this regard.
Win10 IoT should just work... if it doesn't they shouldn't be in the game. Raspbian just works. Apple just works. Mint gnu+linux just works... you see my point? You shouldn't be having the problems you're having; the right way to go is to place this on the front porch of good 'ol Micro$oft and tell them to get their game aligned or get out!
Well, don't mean to be discouraging. Best of luck with Win10 IoT core.